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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 11, 1917)
nKNO llUMiRTIN, 11RND, ORICOON, TlintHli.W, OCTOIlKH II, 11H7
IT TOOK 65 YEARS FOR THEM
TO FIND A WAY TO GIVE IT TO
US FRESH AND GOODf
cvctiTmiccj i -Jii nfluiuwnc.i
C. S. HKNHON 1(K)KK INTO IAWH
MAKl.Nti TUB .MUXlCIIWIj AM)
HTATK HAU.OTlN COMB AT
(From Saturday's Dally.)
Will llend hold a olty election In
Docembor for the selection of three
members, or will the present aldor
mon continue to hold office until the
noxt Btato oloctlon?
This Is the quostlou confrontltiR
City Attorney C. S. llenson, who Is
looking up the provisions of the state
law making city and state election
dates the same. He is also examln
X I KNEW, irirtl. I f"
WHOEVER CHEWED GRAVELY)
HNtW J HAI.
ins tho Hend charter to ascertain!
H Chewing Plu
. OCFORCTHB INVENTION
OF OUR FVktENT AIR-PROOF POUCHI
GRAVELY PLUG TODACCO
MAOC CTRICTLYFOR IT8 CHRWINO QUALITY
WOULD NOT KCEP FRE8H IN THIO 8CCTION.
NOWTHE PATENT POUCH KKEPO IT
FRKOHANO CLEAN AND OOOD
A LITTLE CHEW OF QRAVKLY IO KNOUOH
AND LACTO LONOHR THAN A OIO CHEW
OP ORDINARY PLUO
JPJ0..7vivcfo.ffiAuwC Aunui-.ft. "VSSTia
rvpc ;iii nn iv rYvrrno
kneW there'd be rig
NEWS ON THATBOAM)
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1 M -CV T. I
iiWfflCfJ. I SOME
rf mii i iv rv w-
Just what changes may he needed. j
It is possible that the new state
law automatically amends the char-.
ter provision for annual elections,
and It this Is the case Mr. Benson will
ho nut to no further trouble, hut it
the statute does not amend the city
law, the city attorney will draft an
amondment ranking the city election
-4'onie biennially, at the same time as
loes the state balloting. If the
amendment Is found necessary, It
will como up at the special election
which Is to be held soeit for the pri
mary purpose of altering the charter
to admit of the floating of bonds un
der tho Bancroft act.
Whether or not the voting amend
ment should cancel this year's an
nual election Is as yet an uncertain
tho lop of u boxcar on tho loitsliw
rand nunr enmp. Tho Injurlov con
sist of suvoro bruised about tho luiul
mid tmck nml n liroltnii rib.
No Want too Big-No Want too Small
That Baiter's Grocery can't fill for you
Ami deliver promptly nml In the bent condition, Our
KroccrlcK, produce, fruit are nhwiya fivsli, Our sanitary
rcfrltfcrutor counter keci our dairy poditrlM cool nml '
frcali. Ileal prices In canned good of tho bent brand.
Wall Street. Near Ohio
Phone Red 1G1
INT GIRLS AI
CW IIUAIt I.KITIIIK 1Y MISS l.l.
ril.B DAXKOHTII MISS tiaitlv
I'lrivKU AS l.KADKIt OTIIKIt
AI'I'HAISKK AT WOHIC.
C. I). Kegley, federal farm loan
placer, Is now working on the ap
praising of Deschutes and Mllltcan
farm lands subject to the federal
farm loan act. Owing to the large
number of loans for which applica
tions have been made, a regular gov
ernment apprateer had not been sent
to cover the two districts earlier In
tho season and Mr. Kegley volun
teered to assume the work.
For farm land
& Co. Adr.
loozs see J. Ryan
(From Saturday's Dally.)
Nearly S5 girls and women turned
out last night to help organise a local
branch of the Olrle' National Honor
Guard. Mtea Luclle Danforth. of
Portland, state manager, assisted In
picking officers who are as follows:
Leader, Mtea Esther Jane Clark; as
sistant lander, Mrs. X. P. lled; see
cetary. Miss Margaret Wteei; treas
urer, Mlea Margaret Schreder; erg-eant-at-arms.
Mlea Mary Llnater; cap
tain Corps 1, Mum Ktbtnun; captain
Corps 2, Mlea McCleay; publicity com-
t wtlM aa MI&4 rrAl flnv.l
.M....TC, ...Kn W.W. .WM.
Application for membership blanks
were passed out and will be given
upon request to any one else desiring
them. They must be turned In and
can cut down
Wfr and havefcSjr
I a better roof 1158
There is no use in putting on an expensive roof
when you can get a better roof and cave real'
money by using
CERTAIN-TEED is the best roof, not only because It coj
Ui to manufacture, but sbo because it is vresthcr-tieht, lieht
vcieht, clean, sanitary, fire-retardant, and cois practically
r.othing to maintain.
It is now uacd as the profarable type of roof for office buIWinCi
factories, hotels, stores, warehouses, carages, farm buildinaa
ex., whore durability is demanded. CERTAIN-TEED a
ftnrantccd for 5, 10 or 15 years, according to thicknoea (1,
2 or 3 nly).
There arc many roll roofines on the market, but only one
CERTAIN-TEED. It pays to get the best. It co no more
u lay a CERTAIN-TEED roof than it docs to lay a poor
roof, but there is a vast difference in the wear. You can't tell
the quality of a roofing by looks or feel. Your only safety is the
label. lie sure that it b CERTAIN-TEED then you crc
artaln of quality and guaranUtd satisfaction.
Certairt'tced SIafeSurfaced Asphalt Shingles
are supplanting vt ood and tbts chinglcs for residence. They cost 1cm,
are Just at nood lookin?, wear better, won't fall off, buckle or ipllt. They
arc iixc-rctaidant, and do not live to be paiatcd or mined.
Ccrtain-tced Paints and Varnishes
are tho best quality pafcn materhli,
ground cad mixed with mechanical ac
curacy. Made for all uses and in all
colon. With paint, as with roofing,
the name CEUTAIN-TEED ii a
k'uarantec cf quillty cad sathfactlon.
CERTAIN-TEED PRODUCTS CORPORATION
liuflalo, tiau rranclwo, Wllwoukec, Cincinnati, New Ltileotn, Lot Anctle.
Wlnneipolli, Kauaa City, Hcolt'e, lodloiiapolla, Atlanta, Jlcmi nU, lUctuoood,
arawlltanUf. Na&huie, Bait Laia City, IKtUolata, Ueuton, iMJuta, louden,
the tluos of 2R tents paid on or before
nest Saturday. Klthor Mrs. Kited or
Miss Schreder will roeelvo them.
The usual three corps will probably
be formed In first aid, home cooking
and care of children and geuorul util
ity or mechanical work. Hach girl
should express her preference when
filling out the membership blank.
Members will 1m given jilita and arm
bands upon pnyment of due and will
be entitled to nil the privileges or the
organisation. Those who are unable
Immediately to outer Into any special
branch may sign up to be catted
SHEEP ARE SHIPPED
EAST BY CARLOAD
Summer Itaiigc Sotixnii KmU nml I lie
IlonN siiv .MovimI I'miu HUN
to Winter tjiliirtri-.
count. Ho Is alao expecting 10 curs
In tonight which are coming from
Idaho. Other sheup men who have
sent .out largo shipments are Mr.
KlsheV and Alex 1 1 In ton.
MRS. BROHERT FOUND
and 7,0 75 $7 5 to SI 50.0 0
IJ L. Agent for
taciiuo iweii'ie ittiM).
Al i . . . IN(,V IJAN
Cl d 1 1 1 O II AHHCXll ATION
J. A. EASTES
I'nisccntloii of Woman Who Shot at
Her tWincr Ilutniiiil to
After an anamination made ywater
by the eoHttty pkyelelan, Mrs. Alma
Itrobert. who recently attemptel to
ahoot her former hubanil, Prank
llrobert, was found vubject to tem
porary emotional Insanity. It now
remains with the county court to
! place her under the eare of mm In
stitution untlt she baa recovered. It
' i la though likely thai she will be aenl
Ijirge numbers of shep have eenl0 mm, urlvaU establlahment where
hlMt In and oat of Jleml the IstLhB w, awv tnm ,,,. ,cll,PIICM,
iir nays. Aireatiy in cars, eacn av
eraging 300 sheep, have Ihmm movml I
since a week ago WedHeeday. Will-'
lam McCormack, repreeentlng K. N. i
Stanfield, has sent SI cars of thlaj
uumlier to Chicago. He will ship 19'
more next week.
The summer range season Hearing
its close, the sheep are lialag moved
in from the mountains and sent to
warmor valleys, frank Slon has
movent a number of his on tbla ac-
surrounding the situation.
The proeecutloH for the attempted ,
shooting will not he pushed now that
Mrs. Hronert'a mew la I eoHdltloH has
been ascertalnanl. Her huslmnd
wished to dnrit the matter aa It was
It.W IIAI.MtS l.S IllllT.
Hay HalHes, an empHye of Th !
ShevMn-lIlxon ('omimny, wa sevrrely I
Injured last night when iw fell from
( The really careful buyers are going
to consider the many new and at
tractive features of the
The improved motor, the new cool
ing system, the gear type oil pump,
the demountable rims, the one man
top and many other features are ap
pealing to the buyer who wants ser
vice, efficiency and attractiveness at
a very moderate cost.
,M O N i: V TO hOA N
THE PORTLAND HOTEL
The Rose City's worhMiiiiictl hotel, own
pying an entire block. All OuLsidts
rooms. Superior dining anil grill ser
vice. An atiiiQsphcre of refinement.
- ' with it service of conrUey.
European Plitn; $1.50 and lTp
RICHARD W. CH1LDS, Malinger
HUFFSCHMIDT-DUGAN IRON WORKS
Manufacturer of Iron. Dronxe anJ Semi-Steel Calling lor
Power Tranimnilon Machinery; Wood Pipe Pittini,'. Grate
Darij Agricultural. Minim anJ Saw Mill Machinery, Ornmnt
.1 anJ Structural Iron. WE ARIi PREPARED TO RUSI I
YOUR ORDERS ON REPLACEMENTS FOR BROK
EN CASTINGS ON ALL KINDS OF FARM MA
CHINERY. BEND, OREGON
AUTOMOBILE ELECTRIC REPAIR SHOP
STORAGE BATTERIES CHARGED
OVERHAULED AND REBUILT
Don't throw uwa ouriUl luit''tv. m ma Im til to rnew
it at half tlii' ( of u rn out-
GENERATOR, STARTING MOTOR
& MAGNETO WORK A SPECIALTY
All Work GunruntMd. Nlioji haUil In Kfiiwotxl. t'ro the brldgo
at Pilot Huttc In.i and k four liliH'kn ait.
SALTZMAN & COLLINS
The Ford-Model T
e Ton Truck
Is now on display at our Sales Olllce in the Wright
A FEW OF THE MANY SPECIFICATIONS
I'liuil Di'lvo Ik of the worm type, nuclnaed In a dust and oil-proof
homing. Direct shaft drive to the center of uhuseU; only one iinl
veraul joint la netusaary. A hall and socket arrutiKemauta in tho uni
versal Joint reduce) ahucka and strain caused by the uueventieac of
Wheel Ihiho Model T Truck has u wheelbnsa of one hundred nnd
twenty-four Inches. The standard tread for all earn In fifty-nix
liirhsH. Model T. Truck will turn In a flrly-alx foot circle.
Wlii'oN mid Tint Wooden wheels of the urtlllury lypdo with oxtrti
heavy hubs. Only tlrea of the hlghext grade tiro used on Kurd onrs.
Trout, puoumatlo, 30x3 liuliea, roar whoels, hard rubber tlroa,
82x3 'j Inchon.
CnrvyliiK (.'npiiolty One Ton.
Price f o, b. Bend, $679.50
Orders must bo placed In (ulvuneo, uh tlioro Ih only u limited supply
of tluiHO Model T Ono Ton Trucks.
Bend Hardware Co,
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